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    (Original post by cosmichorn)
    I did criminal and child

    Child=Easy
    Criminal=Bit harder, few 'trick' questions as well, for example the field studies one if you arent careful you would have wrote about Yarmey instead of Yuille + Cutshall, and there was one where you had to write about another theory explaining criminal behaviour from 'a social or biological approach' and i of course thought this meant a theory from the approaches we learnt in AS
    I know i so nearly wrote about Yarmey instead of Yuille and Cutshall I know a few people that did.
    Did it not mean a theory from an approach from last year? :confused: I wrote about Eysenck from Biological.
    I agree child wasn't too bad - no daycare, content analysis or written analysis :woo:
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    (Original post by woopwoop:))
    I know i so nearly wrote about Yarmey instead of Yuille and Cutshall I know a few people that did.
    Did it not mean a theory from an approach from last year? :confused: I wrote about Eysenck from Biological.
    I agree child wasn't too bad - no daycare, content analysis or written analysis :woo:
    Yeahhh dont worry you were meant to write about Eysenk, its just me being stupid :P (well it would have been a bit easier if they phrased the question so it was less confusing IMO) but yeah i was hoping nothing on practical/NICHD EPPE/ Daycare came up for child, and Bowlby 12 marker was pretty nice i think
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    Yeahhh dont worry you were meant to write about Eysenk, its just me being stupid :P (well it would have been a bit easier if they phrased the question so it was less confusing IMO) but yeah i was hoping nothing on practical/NICHD EPPE/ Daycare came up for child, and Bowlby 12 marker was pretty nice i think
    oh goodgood i was worried then.
    I thought that question was really mean, the one about comparing the 2 explanations. I didn't know how SLT and Eysenck were similar :confused: and yeah i think i aced the Bowlby 12 mark :cool: I reeeeeally hope i got an A. But most people found it okay so i reckon the grade boundaries will be quite high
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    (Original post by woopwoop:))
    oh goodgood i was worried then.
    I thought that question was really mean, the one about comparing the 2 explanations. I didn't know how SLT and Eysenck were similar :confused: and yeah i think i aced the Bowlby 12 mark :cool: I reeeeeally hope i got an A. But most people found it okay so i reckon the grade boundaries will be quite high

    I wrote about YARMEY. How is that wrong
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    I wrote about YARMEY. How is that wrong
    Did you write about Yarmey in the field study question? Because that was meant to be about Yuille+Cutshall because Yarmey was a field experiment. It was really sneaky of Edexcel
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    Oh man. was it the question about describe the procedure of one field study in criminal psychology. it was worth 4 marks. I ca guarantee i wrote about yarmey in that question. Does this mean i wont get any marks.

    Who else wrote about yarmey ?
 
 
 
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